What does "in any endeavor" mean?

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What does "in any endeavor" mean in the following context?

 

Just as no two fingerprints are the same, no two brains are the same, and lessons that are easy for one person are difficult for another. Suppose you’re a football coach, planning your offense for the next game. Because of an injury, you’re not sure which of two quarterbacks will be able to start. Both quarterbacks are highly capable professionals, but like any individuals in any endeavor, they have their strengths and weaknesses.

asked Jul 11 '13 at 05:29 mang New member

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In any endeavour means in any task that you undertake in the future.

link comment answered Jul 11 '13 at 14:17 Sanjay Expert

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